Choosing Aston vs Essex university for MSc Business Analytics

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I got offer letters from Aston University and the University of Essex for MSc Business Analytics. I need help for to choose the best University (Academics, cost of living, job opportunities, social life, overall)
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I got offer letters from Aston University and the University of Essex for MSc Business Analytics. I need help for to choose the best University (Academics, cost of living, job opportunities, social life, overall)
Hi there,

The MSC Business Analytics course is ranked 3rd in the UK in the Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking 2020 with the teaching staff having a worldwide reputation for research into efficiency through Data Envelope Analysis (DEA). Aston Business School is part of an elite group of business schools thanks to our triple accreditation from AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. This can help to enhance your career prospects, boost your earning potential and set you on the path to a successful, and rewarding career. You'll be provided with challenging course material and as part of the course, you will also be provided with a breadth of exposure to employers, such as an internship or a study abroad opportunity.

The cost of living as a student can vary depending on your overall lifestyle and budgeting skills. You can find accommodation close to Aston University for as low as £70.99 a week which might help offset your living costs and your overall cost of living. As it is a small campus with a lot of accommodations within walking distance you're able to offset travel costs as well.

The campus is in the Birmingham city centre, with a lot of businesses in the area you're going to be afforded a lot of part-time job opportunities in the city and on campus as well. Our dedicated careers and placements team will also be at hand to help you every step of the way to find both placements and graduate job opportunities as well as providing you with multiple networking opportunities.

Being so close to the city centre also helps with the social scene as you're very close to a lot of social hubs. The intimate nature of the campus and active student union also encourage you to get involved with societies, clubs and other university activities which would impact positively on your overall student life.

I hope this has helped.

*Ethel
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Hi there,

The MSC Business Analytics course is ranked 3rd in the UK in the Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking 2020 with the teaching staff having a worldwide reputation for research into efficiency through Data Envelope Analysis (DEA). Aston Business School is part of an elite group of business schools thanks to our triple accreditation from AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. This can help to enhance your career prospects, boost your earning potential and set you on the path to a successful, and rewarding career. You'll be provided with challenging course material and as part of the course, you will also be provided with a breadth of exposure to employers, such as an internship or a study abroad opportunity.

The cost of living as a student can vary depending on your overall lifestyle and budgeting skills. You can find accommodation close to Aston University for as low as £70.99 a week which might help offset your living costs and your overall cost of living. As it is a small campus with a lot of accommodations within walking distance you're able to offset travel costs as well.

The campus is in the Birmingham city centre, with a lot of businesses in the area you're going to be afforded a lot of part-time job opportunities in the city and on campus as well. Our dedicated careers and placements team will also be at hand to help you every step of the way to find both placements and graduate job opportunities as well as providing you with multiple networking opportunities.

Being so close to the city centre also helps with the social scene as you're very close to a lot of social hubs. The intimate nature of the campus and active student union also encourage you to get involved with societies, clubs and other university activities which would impact positively on your overall student life.

I hope this has helped.

*Ethel
Thanks, Ethel
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